Spotting and logging heard contacts

Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by KD0JBO, Jun 14, 2016.

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  1. NM7G

    NM7G Ham Member QRZ Page

    There's a degree of satisfaction by finishing this day knowing even one thing more than I did yesterday.
     
  2. WA7DU

    WA7DU Ham Member QRZ Page

    That's right. Why study ? With today's computer graphics programs, you can print your own diplomas. You can go from high school drop-out to doctor of aeronautical engineering in one afternoon. With some acting classes and a bit of oratorical training, you can interview for the job as director of JPL, and get that $200K per year job, no sweat. But, why bother ? With today's computer graphics programs, you can print your own thousand dollar bills, no sweat. Why study ?
     
  3. M6KVV

    M6KVV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Ive just passed my foundation here in the uk the rules must be different as i can opperate on 2 meters and all of the hf but im limited to 10 watts erp whats the rules in the states on your first test .?
     
  4. K8BPZ

    K8BPZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    http://www.arrl.org/frequency-allocations

    Its rather complicated, but basically Novice is lowest and not sure if tested any more - but tech I know is and it is a little different. The big step is General for phone and CW on more bands. CW is allowed on all allowed bands for your license. ARRL has a free chart to download for more detail.

    73's
    Ross
     
  5. N0IU

    N0IU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Not sure if the Novice is tested any more? Really???

    The FCC stopped issuing new Novice (and Advanced) class license almost 17 years ago! They are renewable however which is why you still see some Novice and Advanced class license holders out there.
     

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